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    Manual Handling eLearning

    Employees are able to access the Manual Handling eLearning via any computer on your organisation’s network, at a convenient time.

    The video content from the Manual Handling DVD that the elearning originated from has been sectioned into short clips that are each followed by a quiz relevant to that section. This enhances and optimises the learning experience of the participants as well as engaging them in a more interactive way than the DVD alone can offer.

    Manual Handling eLearning covers:

    • What is manual Handling and its repercussions?
    • A shock introduction to get viewer’s attention!
    • Interviews with medical professionals revealing their patient case histories.
    • A detailed 3D animated discussion on the structure of our back & spine.
    • Risk assessment lifting.
    • Techniques and mechanical aides.

    Other eLearning programs

    Programs can be supplied for a range of online environments including single computer use, intranet or web-based servers, or Learning Management Systems (programs are all SCORM compliant - version 1.2 or 2004).

    Interactive questionnaires are set up at the end of each related section and are required to be completed before permitting the trainee to progress to the next section. After answering a question on the questionnaire the program returns either a dialog box confirming the answer as correct or one that indicates the answer is incorrect and the correct answer then highlighted. This reinforces the learning and the data is collated for reporting.

    When employees have completed the e-learning, results are saved and made accessible by storing them on a database and/or an email is received by any relevant members of staff, confirming that the e-learning has been done.

    Contact us to arrange for a demonstration:
    t: +61 2 9279 4499




    Price: Request a Quotation  
    Country of production: Australia  
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